Category Archives: SINHG

SINHG Tours Beach After Irma

We hope all of you were safe during Hurricane Irma and had little or no damage to your home and property. We started out the Seabrook Island Natural History Group Fall trips with disappointing news having to cancel many of … Continue reading

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SINHG Evening Program Scheduled for September 14 Canceled

The Seabrook Island Natural History Group’s evening program “What’s New At McLeod Plantation”, scheduled for next Thursday, September 14th at Lake House, has been canceled. The next program in the series will be “Uncovering The Past:Fossils In The Low Country”, … Continue reading

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SINHG Evening Program At The Lake House

SINHG Evening Program At The Lake House “What’s New At McLeod Plantation” with Leah Worthington, Lead Interpreter Thursday, September 14th   Refreshments: 7 pm  Program: 7:30 pm The McLeod Plantation, on the banks of Wappoo Creek at the intersection of Folly … Continue reading

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SINHG Evening Program Volunteer Sign-Up

We need several volunteers to help with the SINHG Evening Programs for this fall. If you can help, please save this attachment to your computer.  Fill in your name and email in the box corresponding to the date and activity … Continue reading

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Deadline Approaching To Register for SINHG Fall Trips

Several of this fall’s SINHG expeditions still have openings for the curious and adventurous. The availabilities are for trips ranging from a backstage look at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center, a tour of the Primate Protection Sanctuary in Somerville, … Continue reading

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SINHG Deadline Approaching

The Seabrook Island Natural History Group would like to remind everyone that the deadline for registering for this fall’s SINHG expeditions is this Friday, July 28th. All registrations for the fall series must be received by that date. Registrations should … Continue reading

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SINHG Deadline Approaching

The Seabrook Island Natural History Group would like to remind readers that the deadline for registering for this fall’s SINHG expeditions is Friday, July 28th. All registrations for the fall series must be received by that date. The fall series … Continue reading

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Plantations, Museums and Gullah Life Highlight SINGH Fall Evening Programs

Recent developments in the ongoing restoration of Charleston’s McLeod Plantation will inaugurate this fall’s series of evening programs offered by the Seabrook Island Natural History Group. The plantation’s lead interpreter, Leah Worthington, will discuss new discoveries at the 37-acre site … Continue reading

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SINHG Announces Fall Trips

  To SINHG members, former members and all other interested parties – Adventure awaits! The listing of SINHG’s 2017 Fall Trips, our Procedure and Cancellation policies, our Sign Up Directions and Form and last but not least, our Membership Form … Continue reading

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SINHG Fall Expeditions

The full trip listing and dates for SINHG’s fall 2017 trips for members will be posted on the SINHG website, sinhg.org, in early July. Those wishing to become SINHG members may use the website’s “Join Us” link to download a … Continue reading

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SINHG adds 18 New Trips to Fall Expeditions

 A morning on a working shrimp boat, three new kayaking expeditions and a beer fest in a botanical garden are among more than fifty expeditions on the schedule for the Seabrook Island Natural History Group’s fall schedule. Eighteen of the … Continue reading

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SINHG Cruises Stumphole Swamp

Recently a large group of Seabrookers headed to Santee State Park where we boarded a pontoon boat to cruise poetically-named Stumphole Swamp. The swamp is located at the confluence of the North Santee River and Lake Marion and, as such, … Continue reading

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